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Conductive Labs has turned complex music theory into a killer synthesizer jamming MIDI controller. With four parts that can play up to 8 synths, you can make fantastic electronic music, such as soundscapes, electronica, ambient, electro, or techno to name a few. Whether noodling in your music space after work or jamming with friends, The NDLR can take your music to amazing places!
Press one of the seven chord buttons, and the two arpeggiators and drone follow the chord notes while your polyphonic synth sings with pads.
There are start and stop buttons for each of the four parts, and a button to start/stop all parts. And there’s a “panic” button to stop all MIDI notes.
A color LCD screen shows you everything that’s going on. A very flat menu structure keeps menu diving to a minimum.
Pick a key, a mode and control the BPM of The NDLR’s MIDI clock.
With two sets of 5 pin DIN MIDI inputs and outputs, and four virtual USB MIDI ports you have lots of ways to connect your MIDI devices.
There is also CV clock in and out connectors to sync with your Korg Volcas, modular or semi modular synths.
It works with MIDI hardware synths, and your DAW and tablet, if that’s your thing.
Once you master the basics, dive into the 8x modulation matrix. It lets you animate most of The NDLR’s parameters. You can even send LFOs to your MIDI gear.
The NDLR includes a Pattern editor to make arp and modulation patterns, a rhythm editor and now a Chord Sequencer too! Once you have your perfect piece, you can save your patches.